This selective explores the ways in which culture, identity, and narrative shape our lived realities and diverse experiences of healing. The course defines culture broadly, allowing for many derivations and definitions of identity and their intersections with health, healing and healthcare systems.
This course will introduce the language and concepts of careful and kind care that animate a global movement for care, and support students in identifying mini-revolutions – local actions to transform healthcare from industrial healthcare toward careful and kind care for all.
This selective is designed to help medical students to choose a medical specialty and plan a career in medicine through podcasts. It features exploration of 120+ medical specialties listed on the AAMC’s Careers in Medicine website with insight from physicians in the field of interest.
UW-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health developed a 5-day “virtual elective” experience in abdominal CT. Students will review relevant anatomy, develop a systematic approach to interpreting clinical imaging, and gain experience reading CT and communicating their findings.
Explore the field of adaptive medicine primarily through volunteering to support an adaptive triathlon for children with movement disorders. This triathlon will consist of swim, bike, and run events structured to meet the individual movement abilities of each athlete.
Designed for students who have chosen an area of post-graduate specialty in which knowledge of advanced topics in clinical anatomy is essential to competency. Through self-directed learning & peer teaching, students will explore clinical cases that illustrate the importance of anatomical knowledge & demonstrate important relationships among anatomical structures.
This is a one or two week selective where medical students will have the opportunity to explore one or two specific areas of Radiology and learn about the role and impact these areas have on patient care. Perfect for students interested in pursuing Radiology residency.